Bernie Traurig Clinic This Weekend

Hi Everyone! I am not quite ready to wrap up my Florida trip.... however I am very happy to remind everyone that I am hosting a Bernie Traurig Clinic this weekend at Triple Creek Ranch in Longmont Colorado! Bernie in my experience is an incredibly level headed voice in the horse industry. He advocates for … Continue reading Bernie Traurig Clinic This Weekend

Grid of the Week 10.1.2018

This week I put together a grid specifically for horses to work on maintaining their rhythm over different types of fences. Here is the diagram:    This grid is meant to be worked over both directions, with placement poles at 9 feet, a vertical, 18 feet to a fairly wide oxer and then another 18 … Continue reading Grid of the Week 10.1.2018

Celebrating Eventing Podcasts

This morning I was reminded that today is "International Podcast Day" one of those little holidays to get you excited about the little things in life. HOWEVER, I fully support international podcast day, because I absolutely love my podcasts. I live 36 minutes (usually about 45) away from my training barn, so I have a … Continue reading Celebrating Eventing Podcasts

Grid of The Day 9.20.2018

Grid of the Day 9.20.2018 Today's grid was fairly simple. I haven't built a lot of grids lately so I needed to revisit my horses getting a little sharper off the ground and reminding them to think for themselves. My students all benefited from this simple grid and enjoyed working through the lines. Here you … Continue reading Grid of The Day 9.20.2018

Improving as a Rider

Eventer becomes obsessed with Equitation- A Journey I personally first stepped foot on a horse when I was 4 years old. For the next 24 years I have been absorbed in getting more saddle time, doing more showing, going higher in my fences. However, each and every one of my rides have either improved or … Continue reading Improving as a Rider